began rehearsals in 1984 following the dissolution of two of
Knoxville's favorite bands,
Balboa and Five Twins. Wh-Wh featured Terry Hill on guitar, Larry
Mullins on drums, Ron Funnell
on bass, and Brian
Waldschlager on vocals. The quartet was a mainstay of
Knoxville rock’s Vic–n-Bills era until 1987.
In 1985 Wh-Wh
released a nine song LP. The songs are all Wh-Wh compositions
with the exception of “Black Romance” by Jim Carroll
(unavailable below due to copyright issues)
ended, each member continued on in new musical forays. Waldschlager
moved to Minneapolis for a brief time before returning to Knoxville
where he fronted the bands Boogie Disease and Dirtclods.
He now lives in Nashville and plays in several configurations.
remains a globetrotter who spent a decade racking up mileage touring
with Iggy Pop and working with The Residents. He
Berlin his home and is also known as
pursued a law degree after playing in Plynth. It is
rumored that he currently lives in Paris, France.
taught, collaborated, produced, and inspired countless figures on
the Knoxville scene while growing his own prog/avante/pop repertoire
throughout the ‘90s with The Semi-Conductors, Plynth,
and Internal Herd.